102 days ago

We're turning 26 and we've got extra low low prices!

PAK'nSAVE Glen Innes

At PAK’nSAVE Glen Innes we have been proudly serving our community for 26 years. To celebrate our anniversary we are having a week-long party with you as the guest of honour. We will have even lower than normal prices and different one-day specials at crazy prices.

At selected times of the week we will be giving away free coffees, free ice cream, free in-store tastings, face painting, a bouncy castle and much more!

So come in from Monday 19th to Sunday 25th February and party with us!
Grab our extra low low prices!

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5 hours ago

Be the hope someone needs: Help prevent suicide

Appliance Shed

Did you know that three families lose a loved one to suicide every two days in NZ?

The current “harden up, stay staunch and let’s not talk about it” attitude towards anyone with a mental illness or having suicidal thoughts is a major problem. Through changing attitudes, lives will be saved.

The Appliance Shed is kick-starting a fundraising campaign to support the life-saving work of Mike King and The Key To Life Trust. The Trust equips our nation's young people to check in on their mates and remind them it’s okay to ask for help. We believe it’s important for all of us to feel valued and know that someone has your back when times are tough. Join us, donate, and make a difference.
Donate here!

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3 days ago

Should Airbnb homes pay higher rates?

Jackson Thomas Reporter from East & Bays Courier

Hey neighbours!
Auckland council says property owners who list on sites like Airbnb and Bookabach need to "pay their share" and some could be reclassified from residential to business rates.

Do you have a property listed online?

Do you think this is fair? should they be classed as business and as such, be subject top higher rates? is the council over stepping here?

Let us know below!

stuff.co.nz/auckland/104103121/auckland-council-targets-airbnb-and-bookabach-properties-for-higher-rates
3 days ago

Do you think bus drivers need more empathy for cyclists?

Georgia Reporter from Stuff

Hi neighbours,

Have you ever witnessed a close call between a bus and a cyclist? As part of 'empathy training' some Auckland bus drivers are cycling across the city in an effort to up their empathy for cyclists. Do you think it'll help? To read more, click here.

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